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Architecture and Function Assignment

Architecture and Function Assignment - Located in North...

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 1/31/11 Click to edit Master subtitle style Derek J. Belton Art/101 University of Phoenix Online Rory Tubbs May 30, 2010 Religious Architecture and Function
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 1/31/11 The purpose of this assignment is to provide examples of architecture from Buddhism, Christianity and Islam based on their religion. T There will be images that have a description of how the art relates to each religion.
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 1/31/11 Buddhism e Image Below: Temple  of Borobudur  in  Was the spiritual  center of Buddhism   for more than a  century.  This structure is in the  form of the “lotus’.  Which is the sacred  flower of Buddha. 
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 1/31/11 Christianity Image Below:  Byzantine catholic  Established by Jesus 
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Unformatted text preview: Located in North Africa Was for people that were trying to make it to Mecca but was unable to. Many stated that, “seven trips to Kairouna was worth one hajj to Mecca”! 1/31/11 References Buddhist Art and Architecture. (1996-2010). Retrieved May 30,2010, from website: http://www.buddhanet.net/boro.htm Sacred Destinations. (2010). Retrieved May 30, 2010, from website: http://www.sacred-destinations.com/tunisia/kairouan-gre Andreios. (2007). Retrieved May 30, 2010, from website: http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/eng/intro2.html...
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